Given that this is a Dll that evidently is supposed to reside in an Apple folder, you probably would be best to re-install whatever Apple software you have installed. Failing that, you may get a much better response from the Apple support forum given that
this isn't an MS program.
For what it's worth - there were no results found doing a quick search on the specific file name <aplzod.dll> but there were results for <aplzodlocalized.dll>. The first clue to this being an Apple specific issue is found in the path included in the original
Karl Timmermans [Outlook MVP 2012-2018] http://www.contactgenie.info
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